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Style Guide: Chinoiserie - Victoria and Albert Museum Chair Unknown maker About 1760 Carved mahogany, modern upholstery Museum no. W.71-1962

Style Guide: Chinoiserie - Victoria and Albert Museum Chair Unknown maker About 1760 Carved mahogany, modern upholstery Museum no. W.71-1962

A Pair of Chippendale Mahogany Side Chairs   Carving attributed to the "Garvan" carver, Philadelphia, 1755-1765   Both chairs retain their original slip-seats, marked II and V   39½ in. high (2)

A Pair of Chippendale Mahogany Side Chairs Carving attributed to the "Garvan" carver, Philadelphia, 1755-1765 Both chairs retain their original slip-seats, marked II and V 39½ in. high (2)

Chippendale Period Mahogany Gainsborough Armchair | Bring Back Brown Furniture | Patrick Sandberg Antiques | http://www.antiquefurniture.net/blog/campaign-strives-to-bring-back-brown-furniture-into-the-modern-home-2337

Chippendale Period Mahogany Gainsborough Armchair | Bring Back Brown Furniture | Patrick Sandberg Antiques | http://www.antiquefurniture.net/blog/campaign-strives-to-bring-back-brown-furniture-into-the-modern-home-2337

A mid 18th Century Chippendale period mahogany Armchair, having acanthus carved and scrolled top rail, above Gothic arch pierced back splat, and outswept carved, reeded arms. The Chair with stuff over leather seat supported on moulded legs with leaf carved brackets. Circa: 1760 Ref; 5707

A mid 18th Century Chippendale period mahogany Armchair, having acanthus carved and scrolled top rail, above Gothic arch pierced back splat, and outswept carved, reeded arms. The Chair with stuff over leather seat supported on moulded legs with leaf carved brackets. Circa: 1760 Ref; 5707

Neoclassical Armchairs, Baltic / Russia, 1810-1820 | From a unique collection of antique and modern armchairs at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/armchairs/

Neoclassical Armchairs, Baltic / Russia, 1810-1820

Neoclassical Armchairs, Baltic / Russia, 1810-1820 | From a unique collection of antique and modern armchairs at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/armchairs/

Chair    Place of origin:  England, Great Britain (made)    Date:  ca. 1720 (made)    Materials and Techniques:  Walnut chair with marquetry decoration and an upholstered drop-in seat.

Chair

Chair Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: ca. 1720 (made) Materials and Techniques: Walnut chair with marquetry decoration and an upholstered drop-in seat.

Armchair, Jacques-Jean-Baptiste Tilliard (French, 1723 - 1798, master 1752); Paris, France; about 1770 - 1775; Carved and gilded walnut.  Modern silk velvet upholstery.

Armchair, Jacques-Jean-Baptiste Tilliard (French, 1723 - 1798, master 1752); Paris, France; about 1770 - 1775; Carved and gilded walnut. Modern silk velvet upholstery.

Chippendale Armchair  England, Britain (made)  Date: ca. 1760 (made)  ca. 1740-ca. 1750 (embroidered)

Armchair

Chippendale Armchair England, Britain (made) Date: ca. 1760 (made) ca. 1740-ca. 1750 (embroidered)

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